Aegean - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- sea to the east of Greece
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roken by an earthquake which devastates various parts of the Aegean.
edonian fleet sails into the Aegean, and surprises a convoy of Pergam
and Menophanes capture Delos and other islands in the Aegean Sea.
inhabitants of Asia and the Aegean suffer from increasing attacks
rous other pirate raids on the islands and coasts of the Aegean Sea.
from the sea & Where the Aegean wave entwined foams & Amid
Of the deep Libyan or Aegean sea & Scarce three of thir
Pontic [Euxine] sea and the Asian [Aegean] sea. After
near Tenedos and in the Aegean, and he did not think that
near the Isles of the Aegean Sea, he took the urn, whic
an island arose in the Aegean Sea, in the tradition of
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